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II.    RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(a)  (Continued)

E.   Supporting Studies and Analyses Cited in Section C Above;

Not Applicable.

F   Other Support1ng Data:

Supplementary Budget Sheet

1984 Actual

Training Programs.................................    $  21,288,000

Fellowship program.............................. $    3,496,709

Number of fellows.............................                     369

Number of projects............................                       34

Schools of Education projects................... $        365,707

Number of projects............................                       10

IHE graduate/undergraduate...................... $  14,004,442

Number of students............................                 5,600

Number of programs............................                     136

Short-term training institutes.................. $    2,300,000

Number of participants........................                 3,833

Number of programs............................                       12

SEA training projects........................... $        300,000

Number of projects............................                         5

III. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(b)

Arawak Consulting   Corporation   is   examining   in-service   training.     The

objectives of the study are to identify alternatives for  inservice staff

development and   then   to   implement  the   alternatives   to   determine  their
relative effectiveness and management and cost demands.

Contacts for Further Information

Program Operation:    Edwin J. Neumann, (202) 245-2595

James F. Rogers,  (202) 447-9227
Program Studies:       Robert Stonenill, (202) 245-9401

Notes

1.    The   Education Amendments   of   1984,   P.L.  98-511   (October   19,   1984),
authorizes bilingual education through FY 1988.

2.    Includes $90 million for bilingual vocational training and $81 million
for bilingual desegregation programs.

3.    This authorization is established by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation
Act of   1981,   P.L. 97-35.    This   authorization  and   appropriation  are
shared with programs in Chapters 201, 204, and 205.itutions of